DH Q&A: What’s New?

The Digital Humanities Questions & Answers site, a scholarly forum that was active from 2010 to 2018 and was lost due to server problems, is now available as a static archive at, thanks to work by Infrastructure Committee members Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Amanda Visconti, and Zoe LeBlanc.  All original URLs under now resolve to equivalent content…Continue reading.

2021 ACH Conference in Houston, TX

The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is pleased to announce that the location of its next conference, scheduled for the summer of 2021, will be Houston, Texas! In the last decade or so, as many in the digital humanities (DH) community are aware, Texas has emerged as a productive hub of DH activities,…Continue reading.

ACH-Supported Student Experiences at ACH 2019 in Pittsburgh

The Association for Computers and the Humanities was delighted to support the participation of  early career scholars in the ACH2019 conference held in Pittsburgh, PA. We thank these students for their participation in the conference and for reflecting upon their experiences in the posts below: Kyle Bickoff (U.S.) – “’Not Exceeding Ten Miles Square’: A…Continue reading.

ACH Guidelines for Assessment of Digital Scholarship in Tenure and Promotion

ACH Guidelines for Assessment of Digital Scholarship in Tenure and Promotion This document was prepared by the Executive Board of the ACH during the Fall and Spring of 2015-16. Feedback from the community was solicited in the summer of 2016, and incorporated over the following months. Introduction Following the lead of scholarly societies in some…Continue reading.

ACH2019 AGM Meeting Notes

July 26, 2019 ACH2019 conference in Pittsburgh, PA. ADHO governance updates ADHO has been undergoing major structural change in the last 5 years ACH is a Constituent Organization of ADHO — other COs are regional, linguistically based (Humanistica), and/or other (CenterNet) ADHO is growing; mutliple organizations have expressed interest; these discussions are ongoing Over the…Continue reading.

ACH 2015 Bursary Winners for DHSI

ACH is pleased to announce our 2015 Bursary Winners for the 2015 Digital Humanities Summer Institute: Ewa Drygalska Jagiellonian University Mia Tootill Cornell University Jim McGrath Northeastern University David Levine Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies Krista Murchison University of Ottawa, Canada Mary Borgo Indiana University” Alyssa D. Collins University of Virginia (English Department) Steven…Continue reading.

Jobs Slam at the Annual General Meeting at DH2014

The ACH will again be organizing a Jobs Slam during its annual general meeting at the DH2014 Conference in Lausanne (July 9th at 12:30pm in the Amphimax Building). The Jobs Slam is a lively event and a chance for employers to get the word out about upcoming jobs as well as for prospective employees to…Continue reading.

ACH Bursary Award Winners for DHSI 2014

ACH is pleased to announce our 2014 Bursary Winners for the 2014 Digital Humanities Summer Institute: Cammeron Girvin, University of California, Berkeley Ty Berringer, Texas Tech University Penny Johnston, University College Cork, Ireland Andrea Kampen, Library and Information Studies, Dalhousie University Stephanie Kingsley, Scholars’ Lab Fellow, University of Virginia Courtney Lawton, Nebraska Literary Lab, University…Continue reading.